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YONOBI

Design | January 16, 2020 |

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YONOBI
Handmade ceramics & unique pottery

YONOBI‘s new store in Løvstræde, Copenhagen Central encapsulates the junction between beauty and function. Owner Nanna Egebjerg has built YONOBI from her passion for Japanese and Nordic aesthetics. The space embodies YONOBI’s vision – sparking inspiration and serenity for anyone attuned to ceramics and art.

YONOBI has just changed locations, and is now nestled in the heart of Copenhagen. The space perfectly communicates the aesthetic union of Japan and Denmark. The space is the perfect union of gallery and shop space, surrounded by plants and rustic stone sculptures. The space has been designed in collaboration with Studio 0405, with the final craftsmanship executed by Archival Studios. The art, ceramics, and light play together in the room, creating a delicate balance which is unique to YONOBI.

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YONOBI is a Danish ceramics store collaborating with 29 artists from all around the world. The owner, Nanna Egebjerg, is deeply inspired by Japanese Wabi Sabi philosophy and the practical use of everyday objects. The unique and handmade ceramics have been carefully chosen. YONOBI supports artisans such as Megumi Tsukazaki, Ryuji Iwasaki, Robynn Storgaard, and many more. These handmade treasures are meant to last a lifetime – becoming more your own with years of wear. YONOBI’s ceramic objects make you appreciate the little things – the soft colors and spotted imperfections of a glaze, or the smooth curve of a clay bowl. Most of all, YONOBI offers unique objects that will connect you to an artist.

Being centered in Copenhagen, YONOBI is able to naturally link Nordic design and Japanese craft. Nordic minimalism and Japanese tradition come together in these beautiful and useful objects, making them small treasures to behold. YONOBI works with artists, which means all of the pieces are handcrafted with thoughtful design and stories. If you want something truly unique, and with minimal, rustic design, you’ll be inspired by YONOBI’s new shop.

more. www.itsyonobi.com

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